Day five of New Japan's Best of the Super Jr. tournament went today:http://www.puroresufan.com/njpw/?p=3616
Iwade Municipal Citizen Gymnasium
1. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jado  beat Hiromu Takahashi  (5:55) with the Crossface of JADO.
2. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Tiger Mask IV  beat Daisuke Sasaki  (7:14) with an avalanche-style double-arm suplex.
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Jushin Thunder Liger  beat Taichi  (7:35) with a brainbuster.
4. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Satoshi Kojima & Captain New Japan beat Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & YOSHI-HASHI (14:54) when YOSHI-HASHI was DQ’d.
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Ryusuke Taguchi  beat Alex Kozlov  (14:54) with a Milano-saku Dodon’s Throne.
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Angel de Oro  beat PAC  (9:46) with a hijack backbreaker-style face buster.
7. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Prince Devitt  beat BUSHI  (8:03) with the Bloody Sunday.
8. Kazuchika Okada, Shinsuke Nakamura & Tomohiro Ishii beat Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto & Tama Tonga (18:42) when Okada used the Rainmaker on Tonga.
* The big surprise of the Super Jr. so far is young luchador Angel de Oro from CMLL who is currently the runaway leader in Block A with four successive wins.
1. Angel de Oro 
2. Prince Devitt 
- KUSHIDA 
- BUSHI 
- PAC 
6. Jushin Thunder Liger 
- Gedo 
- Taichi 
- Rocky Romero 
1. Low Ki 
- Alex Kozlov 
3. Tiger Mask 
- Ryusuke Taguchi 
- Daisuke Sasaki 
- Brian Kendrick 
7. TAKA Michinoku 
- Jado 
9. Hiromu Takahashi 
Stuart (the lead writer for Strong Style Spirit) already said it, but I'll say it again -- Angel de Oro leading Block A with a full eight points is a huge surprise. I have to point out that this isn't just his first BOSJ, but it's also his first time being used by New Japan period as far as I know. Promotions over in Japan tend not to go big on somebody they've only just brought in like this and it's something very special when it happens. I've heard of Angel de Oro before, but this makes me want to go search out some of his matches.